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Students in Sasha Hoxies GoPo class taking notes during a lecture.

Government and Politics Class Prepares Students for the Future

Jackson Hergenrader, Staff Writer January 30, 2024

Government and Politics (GoPo) is a required class for all high school students in Lincoln Public Schools to take before they graduate high school and potentially go on to college. LSE GoPo teacher...

LPS Focus Programs provide opportunities for experiential learning

Lily Deitering, Staff Writer January 30, 2024

Animals, planes, careers, filming, coding and science. While all of these subjects may be completely different, students can discover a whole world behind each and every one of them. Through LPS Focus...

Adriana Martinez with her YPAR researchers during club day.

Research for a Fitter Future

Evangeline Ahern, Staff Writer January 30, 2024

Youth Participatory Action Research, also known as YPAR, was brought to Lincoln Southeast last year with the goal of inspiring and pushing students to pursue potential in researching what they’re passionate...

Culinary classes will get updated kitchens with state-of-the-art equipment.

Construction projects continue

Koko Solomon, Staff Writer November 10, 2023

As students stepped into the school this year after the summer break, they were greeted with construction equipment, hard hats, dust and entire departments relocated due to remodeling and major construction...

Graphic by Evangeline Ahern

Preparing for the Pre-ACT

Andrew Swanson, Staff Writer November 1, 2023

The PreACT is now on the horizon for all sophomores. For several hours on Thursday, Nov. 2, the only sound from classrooms will be the booming of proctors, rustling of paper, and scribbling of Number 2...

Empty Bowls members work on their bowls to be sold at LSEs art shows.

LSE Club Day

Rebecca Halada, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

Drama Club The Drama Club provides insight into a large community within the performing arts at the LSE. The club creates a setting for students who share a passion for theater to discuss information...

Weighing the Costs and Benefits of AP Testing

Weighing the Costs and Benefits of AP Testing

Claire Usher, Social Media Manager May 12, 2023

Throughout the school year, students taking an Advanced Placement (AP) class or multiple AP classes work rigorously to keep up with the large load of work while still achieving high grades. Many students...

Are We Politically Informed?

Are We Politically Informed?

Ava Keim, Staff Writer May 12, 2023

Many LSE students will be eligible to vote in the next election. Voter turnout and candidate awareness are the two major factors that affect elections. The issues that people are facing in politics right...

Ending Period Poverty One Tampon At a Time

Ending Period Poverty One Tampon At a Time

Carmin Sims, Copy Editor May 10, 2023

Every year, LSE’s Feminist Club hosts an annual Tampon Drive. The goal of this event is to raise donations of menstrual products such as pads and tampons, as well as monetary donations from students...

A Social Epidemic: New research shows how social media is hurting today’s teens

A Social Epidemic: New research shows how social media is hurting today’s teens

Amiah Robinson, Staff Writer March 29, 2023

The early growth of electronics has been rapid, and by the 1920s commercial radio broadcasting and communications were becoming widespread. Electronic amplifiers were being used in such diverse applications...

Positions in Paraeducation

Positions in Paraeducation

Evan Merrell, Broadcast Editor March 7, 2023

New to Lincoln high schools as of this semester, LPS is encouraging seniors to apply to be paraeducators to help with special needs students at middle and elementary schools in the district.  One of...

Sleep or Study?

Sleep or Study?

Mili Kagan, Staff Writer January 10, 2023

It’s not uncommon to hear students compare how little sleep they got the night before a big test or express how tired they are during class. Balancing classes, extracurriculars and jobs can be a struggle...

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